Published On: Sun, Mar 2nd, 2014

Tribal Council Results for Feb. 21 and 28

Friday, Feb. 21

 

Ord. No. 113 – Amendment to Cherokee Code Chapter 188-200 Tribal Alcohol Beverage Control Commission – Tabled

 

Ord. No. 114 – Amendment to Section 117-33 Business Committee – Tabled

 

Item No. 1 – Recognition of the heirs of Nellie Marie Tramper Driver (d) and assignment of Undivided Interest in Painttown Community Parcel No. 500-P (Part of Parcel No. 1267) subject to a Life Estate for John Henry Driver (surviving spouse), John Alfred Driver, and Henry James Driver – Withdrawn

 

Item No. 2 – Confirmation of the Last Will & Testament of Esther Lee Owle Waldroup (d), and assignment of Birdtown Community Parcel No. 329 (Part of Parcel No. 327) to Brian George Waldroup subject to a Life Estate to Edgar G. Waldroup, non-enrolled surviving spouse – Hold

 

Item No. 3 – Recognition of William Howard Arch Sr. (d) heirs, and assignment of Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 330 – Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 282 and Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 283 be assigned to Fredrick Arch, Christine Owle Arch, Johnson Howard Arch, and Wiliam Howard Arch Jr.  – Withdrawn

 

Res. No. 115 – Recognition of Ernestine Smith Crowe (d) heirs, and assignment of Cherokee Community (Village) Parcel No. 72, Cherokee Community (Village) Parcel No. 78 (Part of Parcel No. 3) and Cherokee Community (Village) Parcel No. 88 to Carroll Edward Crowe and Erick William Crowe – Passed

 

Res. No. 116 – Confirmation of Gladys Adeline Craig Wright’s (d) Last Will & Testament and assignment of Cherokee County Tract No. 35 to Henry Larkin Wright Jr., Kathryn Susan Jasper, William Edward Wright, and Elizabeth Jo Poscich as First Generation heirs – Passed

 

Res. No. 117 – Charles Penick sole possessory rights of land adjoining his current possessory holding without encumbrance – Passed

 

Res. No. 118 – John Gloyne heirs wish Tribal Council resolve the access road right-of-way issue across the ridge of Cow Mountain to the benefit of all parcel owners in Lower Cherokee Community – Amended/Tabled

 

Res. No. 119 – Request that Alice Francine Parker Watty be assigned to Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 1027 and Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 653-A according to the authority granted under the Cherokee Code Section 47-6 – Withdrawn

 

Res. No. 120 – Request that Alice Francine Parker Watty be assigned to Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 1027 and Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 653-A according to the authority granted under the Cherokee Code Section 47-6 – Withdrawn

 

Item No. 10 – Request that Angela Michelle Swayney Cooper, First Generation Heir, be allowed to transfer her interest in Big Cove Community Parcel No. 717-A (Part of Parcel No. 717) together with all improvements located thereon, to Barak Norton Myers – Withdrawn

 

Res. No. 121 – Request the Denise Winkler Hull and Kathryn Winkler Rogers, First Generation Descendants, be allowed to transfer their interest in Cherokee County Parcel No. 169 (Part of Tract No. 11) together with all improvements to Lois Winkler Wyatt – Passed

 

Res. No. 122 – Request that the twenty individuals listed be allowed to purchase one (1) buildable acre each of any Tribal Property excluding Snowbird and Cherokee County including road and utility right-of-way for housing purposes – Passed

 

Monday, Feb. 24

Ord. No. 23 – Section 16-2.04 and Section 16-2.16 Complimentary Items for Elected Officials – Passed

 

Ord. No. 82 – Amendment to Section 105-5 Use of Tribal Levy Funds – Amended/Passed

 

Ord. No. 83 – Amendment to Chapter 95 – Tribal Employment Pref. Law – Tabled

 

Res. No. 98 – Appointment to Adele Madden to the Investment Committee with her term expiring January 2019 – Withdrawn

 

Res. No. 123 – Crystal Marie Johnson requests that the transfer to the Marilyn Jessie Crowe Vanegas heirs for Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 1198 (Part of Parcel No. 255) be approved without the signatures of Tina Louise Bowers and Iris Diana Long – Passed

 

Res. No. 124 – Sally Tramper Kent requests right-of-way be granted to access her property known as Painttown Community Parcels No. 730-A and 730-B without the signatures of Tammy Wynette Davis, Stuart Dwight Crowe and Raven Andrew Tramper – Tabled to go to Lands Committee

 

Res. No. 125 – Request by the Cherokee Indian Hospital Governing Board for the assignment of additional property to the Cherokee Indian Hospital Governing Board for the purposes of the design advancement (two acres) – Passed

 

No Item number given – Request that the EBCI will be responsible for locating a suitable site for a new house to be built on Parcel No. 102-C and that the EBCI will be responsible for demolishing the existing home on Parcel No. 102-C and building a new residence on Parcel No. 102-C of equal or greater value than the current appraisal value of the existing home of Tyler and Olivia Blankenship, and ensure that they can refinance a mortgage loan with Wells Fargo with similar terms and rates to their existing loan – Hold for March

 

Res. No. 126 – Request from Jeremiah Pheasant and Jolynn Welch, along with her four children, to purchase one buildable acre each, along with utility and road right-of-way, on the Boundary Tree Tract at the cost of $500 per acre for housing purposes – Amended/Passed

 

Res. No. 127 – Request from Brandon Locust, Charlene Rodriguez, and Timothy J. Locust to purchase one buildable acre each, on the Boundary Tree Tract at the cost of $500 per acre for housing purposes, to be garnished from their June 2014 per capita – Tabled

 

Res. No. 128 – Request from Cheryl Maney, and the three minor children of Frieda N. Ivey Saylor to purchase one acre each of buildable Tribal property at the cost of $500 per acre for housing purposes – Tabled

 

Res. No. 129 – Request that Resolution No. 1 (2009), enacted on Oct. 12, 2009, shall be amended to assign Jonah Reed’s Undivided Interest in Wolfetown Community Parcel No. 1446, containing 95.567 acres more or less to Eva Tooni Reed (surviving spouse), Martha Sue Reed, Agnes Dianne Reed, and John Adam Reed, and that Jonah’s date of death be amended to say Dec. 31, 2006 – Passed

 

Res. No. 130 – Approval, adoption, update and amendments to FY2014 Tribal Road Inventory and LRTP – Passed

 

Item No. 25 – TERO Commissioner appointment – Hold until after working session

 

Res. No. 131 – Golf Board appointments – Amended/Passed

 

Item No. 27 – Appointment of a member to the Tribal Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission – Hold

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